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Course Requirements
Workstation: A multimedia capable computer (at least a sound card and speakers) system
Internet Connection: 56k modem or higher
Screen Resolution: 800x600 or higher
Browser: Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher
Flash: Version 6.0 [ Download Now ]
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Contact Us!
Did You Know... If you require more information or assistance at any time during the course, contact us by email at: info@ingoodhands.ca.

Technical information is available from 9:30am to 5:00pm EST, by calling 1-866-287-8828. If you are not calling during these hours, leave a message and a representative will contact you in the next business day.

An LLCF Project
In Good Hands is a Lifelong Learning Challenge Fund project, a co-production with the Ontario Educational Communications Authority (TV Ontario). The Lifelong Learning Challenge Fund is financially supported by the Government of Ontario.

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The In Good Hands Partnership
TVOntario, Contact North/Contact Nord, the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and Norlink Communications and Mr. Submarine Ltd. have joined together in the In Good Hands project to develop this online workplace training course.

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is the lead partner for course content and the certification component. Mr. Submarine Ltd. provides subject area, usability, marketing and industry expertise. Norlink Communications provides web design and authoring expertise, and production services. Contact North/Contact Nord provides distance and online learning expertise and project management and marketing in collaboration with TVOntario.

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* In Good Hands is a Lifelong Learning Challenge Fund project, a co-production with the Ontario Educational Communications Authority (TV Ontario). The Lifelong Learning Challenge Fund is financially supported by the Government of Ontario.